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Feast of the Beast

Celebrate the end of Winter and welcome Spring at their annual Feast of the Beast so get your outfit ready for a night in the forest. They weave in Pagan, Celtic and Nordic celebrations into their own local Highland dinner with spit roasts, roaring fires and mulled wine.
Expect a Highland Burn Ceremony to say thanks to nature and ask for a good harvest in Spring.
There is table seating for all, hot mulled wine, on tap local beer, Apple Cider, Great local wines and their friends at Bearded Brewer will have piping hot coffee, tea and chocolate as well. Enjoy a three-course feast complete with mini pies, whole beasts (Lamb and Pig) on the spit-roast and luscious desserts.
Ellas Holiday and the resident DJ will rock the night away and they have more games for the kids as well as prizes for all. It's time to venture into the forest.
Feast of the Beast is part of the Highland Harvest Feast Series. They work with local producers and farmers and only serve free range pigs and lambs who have lived a full life on local properties where sustainable and ethical farming is practised.
This is event is proceeding with limited numbers and will be COVID 19 safe.

Facilities Carpark Public Toilet